Realistic Bulletholes

Realistic Bulletholes
Perfect for action-packed scenes or just rebellious layouts! This tutorial will teach you how to add your own bulletholes! Make it look like a machinegun drew some fire or just a simple shot in the wall...

Nobody likes getting shot. But a action-packed photo looks much cooler with a few bulletholes in the wall!
Step 1
Open a document of a large size and add a white retangle on a new layerin the left corner;

Realistic Bulletholes

Step 2
Add some wind Filter>Stylise>Wind and choose wind from the left;

Realistic Bulletholes

Step 3
Rotate the canvas by going to Image>Rotate Canvas>90° CW;

Realistic Bulletholes

Step 4
Press CTRL+E to merge the 2 layers and go to Filter>Distort>Polar Coördinates and make sure it's gonna get round;

Realistic Bulletholes

Step 5
Press CTRL+I to invert the image;

Realistic Bulletholes

Step 6
Go to Select>Color Range and click anywhere on the white part, then ok. Then you need to press DELETE.
After that, get out your picture of the texture you need to put the bullethole on;

Realistic Bulletholes

Step 7
Add these settings to it;

Realistic Bulletholes

Step 8
Now don't rasterise it or merge it with another layer! Just leave it as it is with the layer-styles still active!

Realistic Bulletholes

Step 9
Then duplicate the layer and resize it to a nice amount! (Always make the bullethole bigger then you want it!)

Realistic Bulletholes

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